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Yeast Two-Hybrid Screening Using LexA System

The pSH18-34 allows the cells to grow in the absence of uracil. ... Use cells with pSH18-34 only, untransformed EGY48, and medium alone as controls. ...

reporters.txt

pSH18 series - LexAop-lacZ reporter genes Steve Hanes These are reporter ... pSH18-34(delta)spe is a gift of Pam Silver who is now at the Dana Farber Cancer ...

Finley Lab: Mating Hunt

... as pSH18-34. Again, various lacZ reporters with different numbers of upstream ... The bait strain (RFY206/pSH18-34/pBait or YPH499/pSH18-34/pBait) can be tested ...

Finley Lab: Examing the Function of Proteins and Protein networks with ...

The URA3 2 µ lacZ reporter plasmid pSH18-34, or a less sensitive lacZ reporter ... This URA3 2 µ plasmid differs from pSH18-34 in that the GAL1 UAS is located ...

pSH18-34 map & sequence

pSH18-34 complete sequence. LOCUS PSH18-34.G 10484 BP DS-DNA SYN 17-JUL-2000. DEFINITION ... 1 GGATCCCCAG CTTGGAATTC GACAGGTTAT CAGCAACAAC ACAGTCATAT CCATTCTCAA ...

NS1-Binding Protein (NS1-BP): a Novel Human Protein That Interacts with ...

... and the lacZ reporter plasmid pSH18-34. Subsequently, this strain was ... by retransformation of p59-1 into EGY48 harboring pSH18-34 together with ...
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